Idiom of the day: Keep your head above water. Meaning: To just be able to manage when you have financial difficulties.

Idiom of the day: Keep your head above water. Meaning: To just be able to manage when you have financial difficulties.

Printable: Book Bingo | Scholastic

Printable: Book Bingo | Scholastic

“Needle in a haystack” is something extremely hard to find. Example: Finding the…

“Needle in a haystack” is something extremely hard to find. Example: Finding the…

“Shoot yourself in the foot” means “to do or say something that causes problems…

“Shoot yourself in the foot” means “to do or say something that causes problems…

Spreekwoord: een kat in de zak kopen

Spreekwoord: een kat in de zak kopen

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“Hang someone out to dry” means “to abandon someone who is in trouble”. Example: After losing the election, the party is going to hang him out to dry.

“Hang someone out to dry” means “to abandon someone who is in trouble”. Example: After losing the election, the party is going to hang him out to dry.

Er zijn veel wegen die naar Rome leiden betekent: Er zijn meerdere methoden om iets te bereiken.

Er zijn veel wegen die naar Rome leiden betekent: Er zijn meerdere methoden om iets te bereiken.

“Bury the hatchet” means “to make peace”. Example: Tom and I buried the hatchet and we are good friends now. Origin: This idiom originated in the 17th century in America. Native American tribes would literally bury a hatchet (a cutting tool) in the...

“Bury the hatchet” means “to make peace”. Example: Tom and I buried the hatchet and we are good friends now. Origin: This idiom originated in the 17th century in America. Native American tribes would literally bury a hatchet (a cutting tool) in the...

Illustrated interpretation of the danish saying "blind høne finder også korn". Want more? Go to www.raunen.net

Illustrated interpretation of the danish saying "blind høne finder også korn". Want more? Go to www.raunen.net

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